I didn't know him. Well, I did. We never met but we would exchange emails every once in a while. I designed some stuff for him every once in a while when he needed it. He graduated from San Jose State in Theatre Arts and we had mutual friends, teachers and the like through that connection. He was living in New York City and travelling in shows, etc. We talked several years ago via email about Eliza Chugg, a dear friend of the SJSU theatre department, who had just passed away. I had been letting people know of the news who might not have heard. His response was "I'm glad to see you are helping to spread the news of this tragedy. She is missed, indeed."About a week ago I received an email from him that he had sent out to all his friends and relatives saying that he was in the hospital but he seemed to be in great spirits and insisted that things were getting better and he would soon be back on his feet.A few minutes ago I got an email sent out to all of his friends and relatives again. Only this time it was written by his brother. Robert Allan Prentice passed away on Sunday, April 29 of a cerebral hemorrhage. If you knew Robert and would like additional information about upcoming celebrations of his life in New York City and San Jose, California, please email me privately.He will be missed, indeed.
I'm really not sure of the appeal of Mark Bakalor's site, because frankly I suspect there is none, but hell, I check it at least thrice daily, and you should too!
"Your website is beautifully demented. The moving head thing in the top left just does it. I've been staring at it for the past minute and still find it amusing. You're an inspiration to us all."
- Jenn Kauffman